The PhD in Education program will prepare students from a variety of fields including, but not limited to, education, health, social work, social justice, and administrative leadership, for sustainable educational practices in the 21st century. Through a variety of courses, a comprehensive exam and a research thesis, the PhD program in Education will allow you to assume an investigative stance in regard to teaching and learning in order to develop a scholarship of teaching and learning through opportunities to conduct seminars and engage in research related to instructional practices in multiple fields. You will participate in a residency program comprised of two consecutive summer institutes (each of the first full four weeks in July) for required courses held on-site at Nipissing University in North Bay. During the fall, winter, and spring terms, you are able to select from a variety of on-site and online course offerings.
For further information regarding the PhD in Education program, please visit School of Graduate Studies
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